Sustainable Development Goals defined by the United Nations pave the way to achieve a Net Zero planet by 2050 and contain the rise in temperatures.
Tourism is one of the most powerful drivers of development, playing a significant role in developed countries and offering great potential for growth in most emerging nations.
Regenerative tourism projects needs adapted to the new circular economy, will create new benchmarks an opportunities in purpose-driven initiatives and will bring forth new experiences.
It is essential to implement this necessary approach as soon as possible in the working dynamics of stakeholders in the Real Estate sector. This includes the transformation of the existing facilities and the development of new destination hotels, resorts and leisure facilities under a new regenerative vision.
We must shift from a linear economic model to a circular economy model in order to continue moving forward.